When You Face the Fear, It Suddenly Vanishes
The fear is right after you know your exam timetable.
The fear is right when you finish your exam.
The fear is right when you get your result.
This means: the central fear is to face the moment.
The exam hall you have to sit.
The result you have to go get.
The result you now have to show.
In the hindsight, there’s another underlying yet the most crucial lesson: when you pass that moment, there’s a new moment.
Now you fear that new moment.
But for that moment to arrive, you have to get over the old moment and to get over the old moment, you have to face that moment.
The fear blocks us.
But, zooming in, if we can somehow pass that first moment, the second moment must come, doesn’t matter what it comes with.
For example, if you sit for the exam and get past it, your result will surely come, let it be bad.
The result comes because you don’t have anything to do from your side — your teacher is the one to correct your paper.
If you can cancel the fear, you can create a new moment, you can get that result in hand.
To cancel the fear, the only thing you have to do is: ignore the fear and worry about failure.
Embrace the failure. For, it comes with benefits.
When you fail more, you learn more, what others never can.
Fail more to have stories to tell later on.
Close your eyes. Remove your clothes. Go take that shower in the winter. Only then can you wear new clothes.